TO HOLD BENEFIT PICNIC.
Rivervi?w Park and all its nu
merous attractions will be turned
over to the Federated Newspaper
Trades next Saturday for a bene
fit picnic to raise funds to support
the Strike of the newspaper trades
against the trust papers.
In addition to the usual enter
tainment features of the park
there will be addresses by promi
nent speakers, singing and dan
cing. The picnic proper will be
held in the large grovff inside thfr
Tickets, which, in addition to
admitting the hblders to the-park,
allow rebates on all the rides, the
aters and other concessions, are
being sold for 25 cents.
With their successful benefit
performance at the Star and Gar- t
LCI AMCcllCl Jt3L OdLUlUd illglll.
as a criterion, the union men ex
pect to swell their strike fund materially.
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Jamie, aged 4, was taking a
street car ride with his mamma.
Across the aisle sat another little
boy, also with his mamma. Jamie
watched the little boy intently far
five minutes ana then piped; ,
"Oh, mamma, See the 'itty boy;
wif pigeon-toed eyes."
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